finances, savings, budgeting

Tips to improve your financial smarts this National Financial Literacy Month 

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April is National Financial Literacy Month and what better way to celebrate than to take this opportunity to review and upgrade your financial smarts.

Latinas in Business partners with Rutgers' Entrepreneurship Pioneers Initiative (EPI) Program

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Jasmine Cordero is the director of Rutgers’ award-winning Entrepreneurship Pioneers Initiative (EPI) Program where she manages the 9-month training program focused on helping entrepreneurs in NJ grow their businesses and attain resources, financial coaching, peer-mentoring, and networking opportunities. 

Adriane Medeiros shares investment planning strategies for financial empowerment and tips for success

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We are proud to introduce and welcome our newest LIB Executive…
Care2Share

Care2Share Investors Bank helps you support Latinas in Business on #GivingTuesday

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Investors Bank Care2Share program is helping you help Latinas in Business on #GivingTuesday!  

DREAMers included in NJ Second Year Community College Opportunity Grant (CCOG)

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To receive free tuition through CCOG starting in the fall 2019 semester, all students planning to attend a New Jersey county college must meet the September 15, 2019 deadline to complete either FAFSA or the Alternative Application for New Jersey DREAMers.
Erika Basurto

How Latina entrepreneur Erika Basurto found success in real estate

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Erika Basurto found her strengths as a successful real estate Latina entrepreneur around her "weaknesses" as a Spanish-speaking immigrant. Since she lived...
Brittney Castro financial planning

Brittney Castro creates a financial planning firm geared toward women

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Working in the male-dominated industry of financial planning, Brittney Castro saw an opportunity to use her skills and create a company...
Hurricane Harvey recovery

Top 5 steps to your Hurricane Harvey recovery

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Hurricane Harvey recovery is deemed to be one of the longest and most expensive tasks we will have to face in many years to come. Here are some insights
Saving for college is a hard task for Latino parents

5 Resources to help Latino parents save for college education

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College education is an alternative for many Latino families to help their children climb the social ladder but a very hard one when it comes to saving and paying for it. Here's some insights and resources to make the task easier.